Reverse dip dye is set to be huge this Summer, but the trend may clash with work dress codes, so experimenting with a dip dyed wig or extensions is the perfect solution
London (PRWEB UK) 27 February 2013
At the Prada AW12 show in Milan, the models looked glam with reverse dip dyed hues of black, blonde and red, and at Jean Paul Gaultier’s S/S 2013 the models also stepped our with reverse dip dyed tresses. Now it seems that this is likely to be one of the biggest looks for 2013 as a host of celebs including Gwyneth Paltrow have been spotted with dip dyed hair.
But with hair fashion changing so frequently and the latest look not necessarily allowing for those that have bosses to answer to, a leading wig and hairpiece retailer suggests that faking it with a reverse dip dyed wig or extensions is the way to go.
Wonderland Wigs have designed a range of luxurious bespoke reverse dip dyed wigs and extensions, available to buy from Mid March. Currently offering a stunning blonde and black reverse dip dyed bob wig and range of funky classic dip dyed wigs, popularity and the Prada show inspired designers to develop the full range of reverse dip dyed pieces. All of the new creations will be available to buy online from http://www.WonderlandWigs.com and are priced between £24.99-£29.99).
Dip dyed hair can be expensive to create and maintain and may also clash with work dress codes, and so faking it with a good quality wig or extensions is a great option. Made of high quality synthetic fibre which looks and feels real, the Wonderland range of dip dyed wigs offers the chance to dabble with this fun hair trend at an affordable price and with no commitment to actual colouring.
Wonderland Wigs is a leading retailer of celebrity and fashion led wigs, hairpieces, extensions and hair accessories. Based in the UK, with the aim of giving every girl the 'great hair she deserves', Wonderland offers something for everyone and is favored by a host of celebrities across the world. http://www.WonderlandWigs.com/en/